Looking for the best deals in Australia on Inkjet printers for your home or small business? Look no further as we will be listing all of the best buys for 2024 but ONLY for printers which we recommend that are reliable and cheapest to run! Dont get sucked in by the $50 specials that end up costing you $70 to replace the inks ! Call the experts at Ink Hub for the best advice on a new printer that wont send you broke.
The following article contains links to firmware downgrades which will enable your generic cartridges to work again. If you recently updated your HP printers firmware or it automatically updated itself and your inks were no longer recognized then this is the solution.This only works for generic cartridges which use the Apex brand microchips. This covers all of the Ink hub range and many other generic brands.
Making adjustments to your Brother laser printer to fix print issues is easy, the following article will explain how you do it. We are focusing mainly on Brother Laser printers as they are by far the most popular printers on the Australian market for both home and business use. The Brother Laser Printer is cheap to purchase, cheap to use ( providing you stick with generic toners ) and are built extremely robust.
The battle between printer companies and the generic cartridge industry is ramping up as technology increases. Each printer company have devised their own way of trying to combat the use of 3rd party cartridges and it's only going to get worse. Ink Hub is at the fore front of this dilemma and so far we have managed to overcome all that they throw at us.
Many business owners are now turning to “Compatible” or “Re-manufactured” Toner Cartridges in an effort to save money. The modern compatible toners are guaranteed to be equal or to exceed the quality of the Genuine OEM Toners. There are so many companies online nowadays offering very cheap toner cartridges (all made in China).
The pursuit of the perfect printer to fit everybody's needs is never ending. Everybody is searching for a printer that is cheap to buy, cheap to run, reliable, no paper jams, will print, scan and copy. To add to this they also want the printer to have Wi-Fi, Duplex, high speed printing, to be a compact size and to work seamlessly with generic cartridges. Unfortunately there is no one printer that fits all of these criteria so as with any device there is always some kind of compromise to be made.
Everybody wants to save money no matter what it's with, printer ink is no exception. I have personally written many articles on this very subject however I would like to share a completely different perspective on the matter.As technology advances inkjet printers are printing at much higher resolutions than ever before. The way that they achieve these higher resolutions is by producing printheads with much finer nozzles.
Inkjet printers are a fantastic invention however they can be problematic if they are not used regularly or correctly. Most users will automatically blame the ink cartridge if there's a printing defect however the truth is that it is almost never the cartridge at fault.Let's take a detailed look at the inkjet printhead and discuss the causes of printhead clogging and the cleaning solutions. We will also discuss ways in which you can prevent your printhead from clogging in the first place.
Brother Inkjet Printers are renowned for having the problem of the black cartridge not printing. This has been a common issue with Brother Inkjet printers for as long as I can remember. No-one, (including Brother) seems to know exactly why this problem is so common and even why it has continued to plague Brother printers for so many years. In this article I want to first start with the main reasons that could cause this problem to occur followed by the solutions.
The most common toner cartridge failure is usually due to issues with the drum unit. The drum has a wiper blade which scrapes any excess toner off the surface as well as off the paper and Transfer Belt. If any of these parts are worn or faulty then the overall printout will have distinct blemishes. This article debunks some of the most common problems with toner cartridges.